Product Management Training Course 164

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Our 8-week part-time courses are offered in San Francisco and New York on weeknights to align with your work schedule.

Product Management Training Course 161

Hands-on Learning

In this course, you’ll build a fully functional website. We’ll tackle three core pillars of the web development process: front-end web development, back-end web development, and cloud-side deployment and hosting

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The Coding for Managers course is for professionals with a business background who want to learn how to code, build a better rapport with engineer teams and increase visibility with hiring managers

Course Takeaways

Front-end Web Development

You will learn and become familiar with the most popular front-end coding languages: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You will learn how to create Responsive design websites and how to use Bootstrap.

Back-end Web Development

You will learn about back-end web development, Model-View-Controller framework and database configurations to launch your own fully functioning website.

Cloud-side Code Deployment and Hosting

You will learn how to work collaboratively using Github and how to create automated testing for your application. Deploy your own website using Heroku and AWS.


Upcoming Courses

San Francisco

January 30th – March 27th

(No class on Feb. 20th)

Mondays and Wednesdays: 6:30pm – 9:00pm


New York

January 30th – March 27th

(No class on Feb. 20th)

Mondays and Wednesdays: 6:30pm – 9:00pm


Frequently Asked Questions

The Coding for Managers course consists of 40 hours of class time and 16 hours of guest lectures during 8 weeks. In addition to the classes, plan on spending 3-5 hours outside of class each week working on homework assignments about your product.

Product School has developed its own official Web Development Certification. In addition to learning how to code and launching your own fully functioning website, each of our graduates is provided with the Web Development Certificate.
Product managers who want to get to understand the technical side.
Designers who want to learn programming.
Marketers who want to move into product.
Entrepreneurs and all sorts of people that want to break into tech.
It definitely is. Some Product Managers are not technical, but most of them have a technical background. The mission of the Product Manager is not to be the best developer of the company. However, earning the respect from your engineers and understanding what it takes to build software is key in order to succeed as a Product Manager.
While other coding bootcamps focus on landing a developer job, Product School’s goal is to help managers acquire a technical background. This will help you broaden your skill set and take your career to the next level.

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